bronchodilation


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bronchodilation

[¦bräŋ·kō‚dī′lā·shən]
(physiology)
Widening of the air passages in bronchi and bronchioles.
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004 The values have significantly increased on bronchodilation indicating that the depression in lung function is reversible.
sup][6],[14] In a chronic cigarette smoke-induced COPD rat model, we found that endogenous H[sub]2S has played a protective role in anti-inflammation and bronchodilation.
13] Meraz E, Nazeran H, Goldman M, Diong B: Respiratory System Model Parameters Track Changes in Lung Function after Bronchodilation.
The dual bronchodilation provided by indacaterol/glycopyrronium is delivered through our patented Breezhaler device, a single-dose dry powder inhaler with low-airflow resistance, making it suitable for patients with different severity of airflow limitation.
1] after bronchodilation of at least 12%) or ACT (less than 20 points) was ascertained at study visit 2, the patient was definitively registered in the trial.
It has been suggested that inhaled salbutamol may result in a performance improvement by causing a significant bronchodilation in the airways of non-asthmatics leading to an improved [V.
Overlap can be diagnosed by one major criterion and two of the following: response to bronchodilation at least two separate times (>12% and >200 mL in FE[V.
Vasicine present in the leaves possesses respiratory stimulant activity and induces bronchodilation as well as relaxation of the tracheal muscle.
Multiple studies have shown that it adds no value over the use of beta-agonists in acute management, including the fact that it provides no further bronchodilation above that achieved with beta-agonists.